Hostellerie du Perigord Vert
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... hostel, so I got dressed & walked to the town hall square to see if any proceedings were happening that night, but the parade must have gone somewhere else in the town, as they didn’t go to the square. The parade must have just been a prelude to the celebrations the following day. I found a band playing by the cathedral, but that was all. Some of the narrow streets were decorated with Corpus Christi banners.
The following morning I caught a train from ...
... encounters, firstly with a red squirrel who was frolicking round my pitch, then with a deer that chose to have its breakfast in the bushes next to my pitch and finally with Alice. I was sitting outside the site restaurant which was the only place where I could get access to the internet, checking my bank account when this rather odd looking older lady came and sat next to me. I didn't want her to see what was on my screen so I tried to edge away but she ...
Day 36 –
Considering the difficulty I had with the walk yesterday, I was looking forward to a much shorter day today. Because of the short walk, we also got to leave late, with breakfast at 8am. Our welcoming hosts even provided us with a map of a new trail, called the Green Road, that doesn't even open officially for another month. Instead of taking the road, we could take this trail all the way to our destination. It was made especially for walking and biking ...
By midday we had walked over 25km to the somewhat large town of Saint-Astier. I would have gladly stayed here for the day, and I nearly parted with my companions to do so. However, I kept going. We did take a short 10min break to visit the local church, which was 1002 years old, according to the banner on the front. However, the church was very sparse having been recently re-plastered on the inside and out. I had hoped that we would stop for lunch somewhere in the ...
... completely tranquil.
Next, I stopped at the cathedral. This cathedral looks nothing like the others that I have seen so far. Its silhouette has five domes and a large bell tower. To enter the cathedral, you first walk through the ruins of the earlier church built in the 11th century that was destroyed by a fire in the 12th century. The rest of the cathedral was built largely during the 12th century in the Byzantine ...